I would like to know if it's possible to know with some system table (such as dbc.dbqlogtbl or similar) to get the number of sessions opened by a MultiLoad/FastLoad/FastExport/TPT job.
In the dbqlogtbl it seems that Teradata puts only the father session which will create the child sessions...
For example for a particular MultiLoad identified by the LSN (Logon Sequence Number) I found three rows, the first was the begin, the insert part and then the end command.
I know that the job is done with in multisession mode, but how many session the father session opens?!?! Is there a way to retrieve this value?!
Thank you in advance
I don't know if it's 100% reliable, but I've used the LogonSource column in dbc.logonoff to do this in the past. In the case of mainframe, the mainframe job name appears in a consistent location in the LogonSource. In the case of Linux/Unix, there is a number in the LogonSource that will be the same for all of the sessions for a given Multiload.
So, it's a matter of doing a SUBSTR on the LogonSource column and then grouping on that and doing a count(*) grouping on the value from the LogonSource.
Can we get the rows loaded by tpt stream or tpump job from dbqlogtbl or any other system table as we can get the same for fload & mload from dbqlogtbl.
How can this be achieved if I want to calcuate the records processed by tpt stream operator/tpump/.